Articles and researches

June 11, 2020

Britain hits a new record going two months coal-free

For the first time in over a hundred years, Britain has gone for a record two months without using coal energy. This new milestone is due […]
June 11, 2020

Naturally ventilated home in Thailand has a built-in plant bed inside

Designed by Studio Locomotive, this two-story home in Phuket, Thailand combines contemporary and biophilic design. The young owner wanted to build a debt-free, low-maintenance home despite […]
June 10, 2020

Mountain Refuge is a modular tiny home made from plywood

Inspired by the human need to connect with nature, history and origin, the Mountain Refuge in Milan, Italy is a dramatic tiny home made from customizable […]
June 10, 2020

Scientists discover “pristine” fresh air in a unique location

It is difficult to think of a place on Earth where the air has yet to be contaminated by human activity. From metropolises like New York […]
June 10, 2020

Discarded COVID-19 masks are now littering the oceans

In May, the French nonprofit Opération Mer Propre reported collecting several used face masks within waves of the Mediterranean Sea. According to the organization’s report, there […]
June 10, 2020

Ecocapsule launches SPACE for semi off-grid living

Slovak company Ecocapsule has just debuted their newest egg-shaped micro-unit — SPACE, a tiny mobile home with semi off-grid capabilities. Developed as a more affordable alternative to the […]
June 10, 2020

The environmental impact of remote working

Suddenly, the streets emptied and the air became cleaner. Much of the population — at least those who still had jobs — were at home in […]
June 9, 2020

BlueNalu is developing innovative cell-based seafood

Scientists are leaning into the idea of lab-grown food as a solution for food shortages around the globe, and while the idea may not sound appetizing, […]